Next Gothenburg speaker
September 21, 7:30am • Göteborgs Konserthus • part of a series on Chaos
”It’s great that positive things like
CreativeMornings happens in Gothenburg. So I thought I would challenge
myself and get up really early in the morning.”Meet Filip Svensson (@thebusinessquotes), a freelancer in language och communication. Right now he’s focusing on copywriting and design.📸 by Ola Dyrhill (@olas_foto), interview by Moa Brimse (@moabrimse)
”I saw CreativeMornings in my Facebook feed and it looked
interesting. I want to be a part of this community as this is something I
would like to work with in the future.”Meet Michelle Arborelius @michellearborelius – an art student at Göteborgs konstskola.📸 by Ola Dyrhill (@olas_foto), interview by Moa Brimse (@moabrimse)
”I like the short format of CreativeMornings. It’s a nice way
to meet people, eat breakfast and listen to a great talk. My goal is to
bring something with me that I didn’t know before.”Meet Tomas Amneskog,
Creative Director at Stendahls.📸 by Ola Dyrhill (@olas_foto), interview by Moa Brimse (@moabrimse)
”I think it’s exciting to be inspired at CreativeMornings”.Meet Frida Storm (@stormdesignfoto), Art Director at Forever Living Products. 📸 by Ola Dyrhill (@olas_foto), interview by Moa Brimse (@moabrimse)
”CreativeMornings is a great way to
start the day and get some inspiration. I suppose it’s easy to find
excuses not to turn up in the morning but today I made it!”
Meet Catja Björklund (@C_a_t_j_a), copywriter and creative at Welcom.
December’s four volonteer photographers Magnus Rönnkvist
[http://www.fotografmagnus.se] and Sandi Habinc [http://habinc.se],
Elias Gustafsson and Ola Dyrhill [olasfoto.se] worked hard during the
event to capture all the fun. Wanna see the result? Head over to our Flickr album!
In a world where talking, convincing and arguing is abundant, the need for listening, reflection and silence can not be overstated.
Decembers theme is ”sound”. At our upcoming event on December 15, our speaker Thomas Reibke will focus on its opposite – silence.Thomas is an experienced and awarded process consultant, trainer and facilitator. Over a period of 10 years, Thomas has worked with teams and leaders, to increase their innovative capacities, and lead organisational transformation processes.Thomas is a graduated Kaospilot and holds an MA in Cultural and Creative Leadership and has facilitated transformation programmes for IKEA, Google, Target, General Mills, Unilever, Wieden+Kennedy, BBDO, DDB and MEC.Tickets are released at 11:00 on December 12.
Our three volonteer photographers Magnus Lindvall [https://dnmgns.com], Magnus Rönnkvist [http://www.fotografmagnus.se] and Gabriel Henningson [https://gabrielhenningson.com] worked hard during the event to capture all the fun. Wanna see the result? Head over to our Flickr album!
We asked the brilliant illustrator Tash Willcocks in
Manchester for her take on the CreativeMornings manifesto. And we just
Everyone just *have* to follow her in Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/tashwillcocks/). No really, you all just have to!
We are really proud to present our first speaker – the amazing code artist Afra Noubarzadeh!
November’s theme is Fantasy. According to Afra, limitations plays a central role in boosting creativity in a time of unlimited possibilities and choices. By defining and limiting your reality, he suggests that we will have a greater chance of maximizing our imagination and fantasy in creative processes. Afra’s goal as an artist is to use limitations to enable people to communicate and create art together.
Don’t miss his talk at CreativeMornings Gothenburg on November 25!
Tickets (free but limited in number) will be released monday November 21.
Date: November 25
Time: 08.00 - 09.00
Location: Stenhammarsalen, Götaplatsen (Gothenburg)
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